Lisboa, a pastelaria specialising in Portuguese pastries, traditional sandwiches, salads, and roasted coffee to go, has opened in Dublin.
Lisboa is situated at 7 Andrew Street, Dublin 2, and will open today (Tuesday 29 November) at 12pm.
Owners Lee Sim and Marcin Skudlarski have been working with Spanish and Portuguese suppliers for years. They’re the people behind the Port House tapas restaurants, totalling four restaurants in Dublin and one in London. Most recently, the business partners have opened an Italian cicchetti restaurant named Aperitivo on Dublin’s Nassau Street.
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Lisboa will be open from 8am to 9pm, Monday to Sunday.
Statement By Director
Lee Sim, director of Lisboa, said, “We’re so excited to finally be bringing our little bit of Lisbon to Dublin and opening our doors to the public this week. Since we began travelling to Portugal in the late 1990s, the city has always held a special place in our hearts. Portugal, more broadly, has inspired recipes around the world, but there’s nothing like the food you get in the country’s capital, from the mouth-watering sandwiches to the exceptional coffee, and sweet treats like the pastéis de nata. We wanted our friends in Dublin to have a place where they can get a great sandwich on the go and enjoy the tastes of Lisbon without having to travel too far.”